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"[Volunteering for my Reunion 2010 Class Committee] prompted me to remember individuals I had not thought of in years, and the more I did the more I got into the spirit of Reunion." To read more about Dan Laurent's experience and reflections from other Reunion volunteers, click here.
Sharing class news for Rollins Magazine is now easier than ever through AlumniConnect! If you have not yet completed the first-time login process, click here to visit the site then go to the Class News page to send in your submission.
Help bring Rollins to a location near you! Join your regional chapter leadership team to help organize events and develop programs to keep area alumni connected for life. Regional chapter networks provide opportunities to reconnect with friends, meet fellow alumni in your community, network among peers, and participate in social and educational programs throughout the year. Locations include Atlanta, Boston, Central Florida, Greater Cincinnati, Colorado, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Tampa Bay and Washington, D.C.
To request more information on how to become a part of this exciting new opportunity and available leadership positions, please submit a Volunteer Interest Form.
Make your upcoming class and/or affinity Reunion a truly memorable experience by becoming a Reunion Volunteer. Visit rollins.edu/reunion/volunteer to learn how you can contribute to the success of Reunion.
Serve as a volunteer resource through Career Connections, a career-networking database facilitated by the Office of Career Services. The Career Connections' network consists of experienced professionals who are willing to help Rollins alumni and students in their career preparation and job search. If you're interested in sharing your industry knowledge and experience to benefit fellow alumni and current students, click here to learn more about becoming a Career Connections volunteer.
RAN volunteers use their passion for Rollins to assist the Office of Admission in promoting the College to prospective students in Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver and Minneapolis. To join RAN, visit its website to complete an application and read more on the program.
Alumni who are also current parents can participate in The Parents Council to be more active in the life of their student and to interact with other Rollins parents. Serving as a communication link between the College and the parents of undergraduate students, The Parents Council contributes to each student's experience at Rollins, providing an important role for parents to play in the College community. Click here for more information.